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  1. Customary and Metric Conversions 1. Ryan invited 8 friends to his party. He bought enough soda so that he and his friends can each drink 400 milliliters. If he can only buy 1-liter bottles, how many liters of soda did he buy?

  2. Customary and Metric Conversions 1. Ryan invited 8 friends to his party. He bought enough soda so that he and his friends can each drink 400 milliliters. If he can only buy 1-liter bottles, how many liters of soda did he buy? Ryan + 8 friends = 9 people

  3. Customary and Metric Conversions 1. Ryan invited 8 friends to his party. He bought enough soda so that he and his friends can each drink 400 milliliters. If he can only buy 1-liter bottles, how many liters of soda did he buy? 9 x 400 =

  4. Customary and Metric Conversions 1. Ryan invited 8 friends to his party. He bought enough soda so that he and his friends can each drink 400 milliliters. If he can only buy 1-liter bottles, how many liters of soda did he buy? 9 x 400 = 3,600 milliliters

  5. Customary and Metric Conversions 1. Ryan invited 8 friends to his party. He bought enough soda so that he and his friends can each drink 400 milliliters. If he can only buy 1-liter bottles, how many liters of soda did he buy? 9 x 400 = 3,600 milliliters Use STEPS to find out how places to shift the decimals point

  6. Convert From milliliters to liters Shift 3 places to left. KIlo Hecto Deka Unit Deci Centi Mili

  7. Customary and Metric Conversions 1. Ryan invited 8 friends to his party. He bought enough soda so that he and his friends can each drink 400 milliliters. If he can only buy 1-liter bottles, how many liters of soda did he buy? 3,600 divided by 1,000 = 3.6 liters Therefore he would have to buy 4 liters to have enough for everyone.

  8. Customary and Metric Conversions 2. The distance between the soccer field and the baseball park is 135 feet. What is the length in yards?

  9. Customary and Metric Conversions 2. The distance between the soccer field and the baseball park is 135 feet. What is the length in yards? There are 3 feet in each yard We are going from feet to yards We will divide by 3

  10. Customary and Metric Conversions 2. The distance between the soccer field and the baseball park is 135 feet. What is the length in yards? 135 divided by 3 = __________

  11. Customary and Metric Conversions 2. The distance between the soccer field and the baseball park is 135 feet. What is the length in yards? 135 divided by 3 = 45

  12. Customary and Metric Conversions 3. Leah is 53 inches tall. Her brother is 5 inches taller than she is. What is Luke’s height in feet and inches?

  13. Customary and Metric Conversions 3. Leah is 53 inches tall. Her brother is 5 inches taller than she is. What is Luke’s height in feet and inches? 53 inches + 5 inches = ______ inches

  14. Customary and Metric Conversions 3. Leah is 53 inches tall. Her brother is 5 inches taller than she is. What is Luke’s height in feet and inches? 53 inches + 5 inches = ______ inches 58

  15. Customary and Metric Conversions 3. Leah is 53 inches tall. Her brother is 5 inches taller than she is. What is Luke’s height in feet and inches? 53 inches + 5 inches = ______ inches 58 divided by 12 inches = _______ R ______ 58

  16. Customary and Metric Conversions 3. Leah is 53 inches tall. Her brother is 5 inches taller than she is. What is Luke’s height in feet and inches? 53 inches + 5 inches = ______ inches 58 divided by 12 inches = 4 R. 10 or 4 feet, 10 inches 58

  17. Customary and Metric Conversions 4. Don uses 64 inches of ribbon to make 1 bow. How many yards of ribbon does Don need to make 6 bows?

  18. Customary and Metric Conversions 4. Don uses 64 inches of ribbon to make 1 bow. How many yards of ribbon does Don need to make 6 bows? 6 bows x 64 inches =

  19. Customary and Metric Conversions 4. Don uses 64 inches of ribbon to make 1 bow. How many yards of ribbon does Don need to make 6 bows? 6 bows x 64 inches = 384 inches

  20. Customary and Metric Conversions 4. Don uses 64 inches of ribbon to make 1 bow. How many yards of ribbon does Don need to make 6 bows? 6 bows x 64 inches = 384 inches There are 36 inches in a yard.

  21. Customary and Metric Conversions 4. Don uses 64 inches of ribbon to make 1 bow. How many yards of ribbon does Don need to make 6 bows? 6 bows x 64 inches = 384 inches There are 36 inches in a yard. 384 divided by 36 =

  22. Customary and Metric Conversions 4. Don uses 64 inches of ribbon to make 1 bow. How many yards of ribbon does Don need to make 6 bows? 6 bows x 64 inches = 384 inches There are 36 inches in a yard. 384 divided by 36 = 10 R 24

  23. Customary and Metric Conversions 4. Don uses 64 inches of ribbon to make 1 bow. How many yards of ribbon does Don need to make 6 bows? 6 bows x 64 inches = 384 inches There are 36 inches in a yard. 384 divided by 36 = 10 R 24 10 yards, 24 inches

  24. Customary and Metric Conversions 4. Don uses 64 inches of ribbon to make 1 bow. How many yards of ribbon does Don need to make 6 bows? So Don will need 11 yards to finish the project.

  25. Customary and Metric Conversions 5. Mrs. Ronald has 64 bottles of water. If each bottle holds 1 pint of water, how many gallons of water does Mrs. Ronald have?

  26. Customary and Metric Conversions 5. Mrs. Ronald has 64 bottles of water. If each bottle holds 1 pint of water, how many gallons of water does Mrs. Ronald have? There are 8 pints in a gallon

  27. Customary and Metric Conversions 5. Mrs. Ronald has 64 bottles of water. If each bottle holds 1 pint of water, how many gallons of water does Mrs. Ronald have? There are 8 pints in a gallon 64 divided by 8 =

  28. Customary and Metric Conversions 5. Mrs. Ronald has 64 bottles of water. If each bottle holds 1 pint of water, how many gallons of water does Mrs. Ronald have? There are 8 pints in a gallon 64 divided by 8 = 8 gallons

  29. Customary and Metric Conversions 6. Briar filled 60 glasses with kool-aid for the camp’s supper. If each glass holds 1 cup of kool-aid, how many quarts of kool-aid did Briar use?

  30. Customary and Metric Conversions 6. Briar filled 60 glasses with kool-aid for the camp’s supper. If each glass holds 1 cup of kool-aid, how many quarts of kool-aid did Briar use? There are 4 cups in one quart. 60 divided by 4 =

  31. Customary and Metric Conversions 6. Briar filled 60 glasses with kool-aid for the camp’s supper. If each glass holds 1 cup of kool-aid, how many quarts of kool-aid did Briar use? There are 4 cups in one quart. 60 divided by 4 = 15 quarts

  32. Customary and Metric Conversions 7. Lorraine’s backpack has a mass of 10,000 grams. What is the mass of her backpack in kilograms?

  33. Customary and Metric Conversions 7. Lorraine’s backpack has a mass of 10,000 grams. What is the mass of her backpack in kilograms? Use STEPs From grams to kilograms Shift decimal point to the left 3 places

  34. Customary and Metric Conversions 7. Lorraine’s backpack has a mass of 10,000 grams. What is the mass of her backpack in kilograms? 10 kilograms

  35. Convert 8. 566 mm = ____________ cm KIlo Hecto Deka Unit Deci Centi Mili

  36. Convert 8. 566 mm = ____________ cm KIlo Hecto 56.6 cm Deka Unit Deci Centi Mili

  37. Convert 9. 7.86 L = ____________ mL KIlo Hecto Deka Unit Deci Centi Mili

  38. Convert 9. 7.86 L = ____________ mL KIlo 7,860 mL Hecto Deka Unit Deci Centi Mili

  39. Convert 10. 970 cg = ____________ g KIlo Hecto Deka Unit Deci Centi Mili

  40. Convert 10. 970 cg = ____________ g KIlo Hecto 9.7 g Deka Unit Deci Centi Mili

  41. Convert 11. 5 miles = ____________ yds.

  42. Convert 11. 5 miles = ____________ yds. 5 x 1,760 yards = ____________

  43. Convert 12. 3 gal = ___________ c 3 x 16 = _________

  44. Convert 13. 128 floz = ___________ qt

  45. Convert 13. 128 floz = ___________ qt 128 divided by 32 = _____

  46. Convert 14. 6 lbs = ____________ oz

  47. Convert 14. 6 lbs = ____________ oz 6 x 16 = ________

  48. Convert 15. 4 yds = ____________ in

  49. Convert 15. 4 yds = ____________ in 4 x 36 = __________